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iI. -ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH ilth, 192o NUMBER FIFTY
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OFIITES ANfIDID 8801'U
,President W. I1, RAY
sgdent W,1. L. WITE
.r, J. OAKLEY
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Protectin of theU. S. Goernment
; SQ L s L·e ·Y
was granted and Frank Cooper be paid interes
the regular allowance of $2.50 per certific
month. - certifli
WARD TWO.-R. L. Colon, obsent.
WARD THREE.-D. M. White, re
ported Mrs. Nora Murphy (white,) 12,50(
dead and asked that her name be struck first 2(
from the list.
WARD FOUR.-J. H. Corley report- provid
ed Nancy Hughes, (colored) dead and ther o
asked that her name be struck from expem
WARD FIVE.-Not represented, T. time
J. Wood having resigned. their
WARD SIX.-A. G. Whitlow report- ritte
ed no change. Presi
WARD SEVEN.-A. D. Smith, re- Jury
ported no change. of i
On motion duly seconded and carried ofn it
by a unanimous vote, J. E. Currie, n itr
Sheriff, was instructed to make neces
sary araiigements in each werd of the essay,
parish and build a dog pound pen at
the most suitable place that he sees fit
to keep the dogs in that are not fur- pay
nished with a license or collar, as pro bng
vided by law. lugI
In the matter of advertising for bids main
for contracts for building model roads thr
advertising was deferred until the sur nt
vey is completed from Bienville to ce
Ringgold and to the parish line be- ance.
tween Blenville and Red River Parish, 2n1
said road to run from Bienville via ceeds
Sparta, Jamestown and Ringgold, t( subje
said parish line. at t'
On motion of W. D. Goff and second as t
ed byD. M. White, the following reso certl
lution was adopted: ed b
BE IT RESOLVED, by the PolietCom
Jury of Blenville Parish, in legal ses- who
sion convened , that the following for 1
ilamed persons are qppointed as Tick non
Inspectors of Bienvile Parish, viz: tune
J. W. Allen, of Ward One is appoint- and
ed as Parish Inspector, at a salary of time
$75.00 per month, and $100.00 for ex- Ban
penses; T. C. Hightower, of Ward Two. villi
salary $75.00, and $50.00 for expense! tile
per month; H. D. Towns, ward Three he
$75.00 and $50.00 for expenses pet date
month; J. 1. Wimberly, of Ward Four, by
$75.00 and $50.00 per month for - ex- pan
penses; C. A. Sullivan, of Ward Five, tice
$75.00 and $50.00 per month for ex- of
penses; E. R. Hays, of Ward Six, $75.00 Tre
and $50.00 per month for expenses; D. the
T. Whitley, of Ward Seven, $75.00 and del
50.00 per month for expenses. Ward sut
One has no one appointed at this meet- fur
On motion of W. D. Goff, and sec
onded by J. H. Corley, and, carried by
unanimous vote, the following resolu- C
tion was adopted:
BE ,IT RESOLVED by the Police
Jury of Bienville Parish, in regular de
session con-vened, that those portiom in
of the ordinance adopted on January,
26th, 1120, which provide for deposit Po
of proceeds of the One Million Dollars C
of Road Bonds of the Parish of Bien
ville in the Bryceland State Bank and d
the Castor State Bankl, be and the samn
are Jhereby, repealed, said etrdnance in1
all other respects` f to n in la ea
force and eit. to
WHEIfAS th Otdionane of the Po- ft
lice Jury t ,a J a g $, a been t be
repealed in ftr fit i or do
the ,e;f the tUlehr DBle en to
, vUle Prtiable d inithe Br-7 di
Oastor State tj
de-dissicobas bee ti
this day adpted~ jro 41diai depositortes ol
Sor said lm-as, under diterent con
ieoand o glilng different secari- h
£b~l t .rket. PO S al JuYl t4
d oipil oe *Ie the ordiOnae mi11 i
ai~i~c~mP 2-go the u ai*
% ops ees~oifA
1d interest bearing non- negotiable time
er certificates of deposit, the first of said (By
certificate for the sum of $
and maturing on April 1st, 1920, and A cci
e) the balance thereof for the sum of iZed SM
e $12,500.00 each, adn maturing on the dist ei
first days of each succeeding month, idente
rt- provided, that In the event the amount ideltt,
thereof are actually required to meet idet. X
d expenses and charges properly due Henry
and payable out of such funds such nitlee
T time certificate of deposit next ma- soon l
turing may he matured in advance of r. I
their due dates upon fifteen days joint turied
rt written notice to said Banks by the Mliss
President and Clerk of this Police
Jury and the Treasurer atf the Parish l~lnk i
led of Blenville, which notice shall state ins or
in itemized detail such expenses and portiol
e charges by reason of which it is nee vided,
the essary so to mature such time certif- the PTi
cth lates of deposit so matured shall then shall f1
become subject to check, but only to securit
rur- pay such charges and expenses as mauy chara
ro be actually due, any amount remain tkem i
uing after said funds shall have re- Jury,
)d nmalined on deposit for an average per- and ti
ads lotd of two years shall bear interest depost
ads thereafter at the rate of three pei (f .\r(
so cent per annum on average daily bal- secure
he ance. tilicat
Dish, 2nd. The full amount of such pro tie til
via ceeds, over and above the $25,000.00, well'
t( subject to check- in each of said Banks cre'i':
at the inception of this arrangement rendlei
ond as thus representated, by said time uitler
*eso certificates of deposit, shall be deposit 7ill.
ed by said Banks, with Caldwell and dleposi
allet Company, Bankers, Nashville, Tenn times
ses- who shall issue to each of said Banks lonal
wing for the amounts so received from themn Trust
Tick non-interest, bearing, non-negotiable any 1
time certificates of deposits in amounts trict,
oint. and maturities corresponding to the MnUii'
y of time certificates of deposit of said bonds
r ex- Banks, issued to the Parish of Blen- Trust
Two. ville, provided, that such time cer- mark
ense: tifieates of deposit next maturing may rema
'ree, be matured in advance of their due credli
pei dates upon fifteen days written notice and I
Eour, by said. Banks to C'aldwell and Com a1111
r- ex- pany, accompanied by the written no. Trus
Five, tice to them by the President and Clerk depol
r ex- of this Police. Jury and the Partish) the
175.00 Treasurer, as next above provided, ants twres
a; D. the amounts to time certificates o have
) and deposit so matured shall then becomeu of b
Ward subject to check when and as the of a
meet- funds are required to pay expenses rYalE
and charges coming due, rele
3rd. In the event that Caldwell and S1 S
Ad Company shall deem it necessary anms shal
advisable for the convenience and fac- bind
Police lty of theP arlsh of Bienville, to have Pre(
gutier deposited in any other batik or banks, Jul,
rtlom in the Parish of Blenville any. part of est,
sary said proceeds of said bonds, such de- Bry
r posit shall be so made in sums not ex- Stat
ollars eeding $25,000.00, in each such bank 0
BZen- furnishing security therefor in amount folli
k and and character satisfactory to the Pres y
isame idst of this Police Jury,, and when j. ]
s~ne s h security shall have been furnish D.
ed and approved, the' President of this N
p olice Jury shall give written notice A
to the Bryceland state Bank and the
Castor State bank, and fifteen days
e Po fronr the date of such written notiel
*been the next maturing time certificate of TH
ead for deposit of the said Banks to the Par
kr.m sh of Bievlville, in amounts suflicient
. Ble5 to make sued deposits shall become
Brc due and payable for that -purpose, and
Sfte nitteen days from written 'notice of
said Banks to CaldweU and Company, -
a e their corresponding, time certllcateP
sitle of deposit to said Banks shall becomE
it con due and payable for the purpose of
Weul1 deposit in such additional bank om
bank. Such deposits in spch' addi.
SPrestonal bank or banks, shall be subject
I J U tO cheek, aid shall be checked upor
id *14 the same manner and for the same
4) dr l~. Irpose as deposits asubject to
Sl *check in the Bryceland State Bank,
ad and the Castor State Bank, but only
1St Sldi the snie roportion as the amount
i~ie aamounts of such deposits then re
iJ m bear to the whole of 'said pro
"at-flO e ten remaining. ,
4 e th In order that all charge
whganst said deposits Way beiprorated
gunng all the said banks and thus
so maintain the proportion of ifund so
held on .deposit by them, the Bryce
det. mild State Bank and the Castor State
sbank ahalla obtain from Caldwell and
m y, when and as required,
I tate aounts bearing the same ratio to ex
we repensee and charges then to be met as
or1sthe -amounts dleposited with thefflby
Said Bsiks bea to tohte whole aliont
the ot he proeeds then re~Painng on de
.p*pie ti all of sag Banks, and said
tm o lso aid over by Oald ell nad
£IJWU mpmL fghalla sitand· as e!1t5 on
*0I h tii ve provlededfO'
Ithe e-ent the amontI o
tieteat s of-deposit .the
r tata Bank and the.Cator
- are not aetmualiy rOlifed
and char gS li en
b 4vt, the tim etla.
0sii~ i~t~te Dank and ap~i~i otber~
GIBSIAND NEWS Satl
(By Miss Annie Mae Langford) whl
A cemetery association was organ
ized Sunday afternoon at the Metho- wee
dist church and the following officers .1
were elected: Mr. J. H. Houck. pres- visit
ident, Mr. A. B. Hortman. vice-pres
ident. Mrs. Chas. Byrd, secretary, Mrs. are
Henry Stall, treasurer. Several corn Pay
mittees were appointed and work will I
soon begin. lou
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lewis have re
turned from a visit to 'Vikshurg. les
Miss Effie Brodluax arrived home for
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blnk in the Parish of IBieville, haly dli
lug ori depo,sit subject to cheek any irr
portion of said fulids, as herein pro 'Ti
vided, shall alone be responsible It fur
the Parish of lBienville therefor and
shall furnish to the Parish of Bieuvillh vis
se('urity therfor ill such alaounts and 3
character as may be agreed upon by 1)a'
them and the President of this Polie Sa
Jury, antd the Bryceland State Baul
and the ('astor State Banik shall als -
(deposit with the First National Bald
S)of A\readia, Louisiana, as rTIrustee, It
secure the alaa.alinuts of their time cer
titllates of deposit herein provided foi
the time certiflcates of deposit of ('Cal
well antd 'omlpany, to be suºlject to
Sceredits or extingnlsfhintt atud star
t render upon lpaynliets to said Blrnks
, untler the terms hereof.
7th. Caldwell and ('ompany shal
tl deposit and maintain on deposit at al:
I times with the Fourth and First Nat
Slonal Bantik, Nashville, Tennllessee, ais
an Trustee, bonds of the United States.
(e any State, ('ounty, Parish, Levee Dis
ts trict, School I)istrict, Road District
e Municipal ('orporation, or other
id bonds or securities, approved by said
n- Trustee ill nu amounot equivalent ill
,r. market value to the aggregate amoiult
.y remaining on deposit with them to the
iae redit of ithe Bryceland State Bank
cc and the (astor State Bank, said bonds
n 1and securities to le so held by sahid
to- Trustee to secure payment of saidh
rk deposits to ,said hank or banks, or tt
sah the Parish of Bienville, as their in
ni terests may appear. Said Trustee shall
o have the right to permit substitution
in, of bonds or securities approved by It
he of market value equal to the market
e Yalte of other bonds and securities
released by it.
Section, 2. BE IT FUIR'IHER RE
lid SOIVED, etc., That this resolution
1n(' shall 1be and constitute a full and
ac- binding eontract when signed by the
lve President and Clerk of this Police
Jks, Jury, and the other parties at inter
Qf est, to-witt: Caldwell and Company,
de- Bryceland State Bank and Castor
ex- State Bank.
rak On roll call the members voted as
res YEAS: W. I). Goff, D. M. M.'White,
ben J. H. Corley, A. G. Whitlow and A.
ish D. Smith.
this NAYS: None.
tic' ABSENT: R. L. Colon.
the A. D. SMITH,
lays - Pesildent of Police Jury,
tiCe J. S. WILLIAMS. Clerk.
of THE CASTOR STATE BANK,
Par- By J. R. Wimberly, President,
lent BRYCELAND STATE BANK,
om1( By Dr. J. N. Jones, President
aof Continued next week.
Our Srinn Opening
Sale Marh 1st to 15th
Our new line'of SpringGoods are arriving now and iwe will
open them up to our trade on March 1st. and as a special inducement we
are going to reduce our price 5s per cent on all dress goods from now until
that time as we need the space for our new stock. None of these goods are
shelf worn and were well bought and satisfaction on every piece is guaran
teed. Come in and look our stock over whether you buy or net. It is a
pleasure to show you.
S- Also beat in mind that we have at all times a good supply of oats,
bran, chops, mixed feed,: chicken feed, alfalfa and bermuda hay, flour, and
almost everything for man or beast to eat and wear, and it is of that same
' "QUALITY" we have been talking about.
Salie mbe & Stave Co., Inc.
Saturday fromi Washington, I). C. e
where she has a government position, I
and will spend awhile with her parents tl
who have been quite sick for several
Judge W. II. Lazarus was a business a
visitor to New Orleans this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Payne of Jennings,
are visitilg their parents, Dr. and Mrs. f
t;1en Kidd of Taylortown was with
Mliss Blanchlle Phillips accompanied
Miss Joe Mat ('opeland home Friday t
for a week end visit.
IMr. John Boddie, marshal of Area
dia, was over Tauesday and assisted in
arll'resting several suspicious strangers.
They were carried to jail to await
Mrs. P. C'. Taylor of Alexandria,
visited relatives here last week.
Mrs. E. M. Lafitte and Miss Mary
) I)rago wVere visitors Io shreveport
The Arcadia Fair.
NEW SPRING and SUM
Our line of Spring and
Summer Goods is arriv
ing daily, comprising a
very attractive and va
ried assortment of new
and stylish Spring Suits
and Dresses, New Ox.
fords and Slippers.
"Everything the best made--the la
test styles--at the LOWEST PRICES
--Your inspection invited.
0Jos hDawidoff& Co.
. Arcadia, Louisiana
ed from a visit to their parents at
Ringgold. While away both had an at
tack of flu, and are now convalescent.
Miss Louise Evans, of Homer spent
Friday with her aunts, Misses Glen
and Hazel Taylor.
Miss Alice Colvln returned last week
from Waverly, where she teaches, and
went to Shreveport to be with her
father who is a patient at the Schum
Mrs. F. B. Rutherford, of Shreve
port, sptnt Sunday with her sisters,
the Misses .Mizelle.
Mrs. Ketchum has had the pleasure
of a visit from her brother, Mr. Bryan
C artreof Piedmont, M o.
Eugene Cargill, a student of Cente
nary College, had the misfortune of
sprainging his ankle while playing ball,
and has been at home but was able to
return to school Monday.
t Mr. Adams, of Lawhou, was a visitor